Celebrities Shared Their Near-Death Experiences

 
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We rescued this incredible GSD, and together we have given and received more love than imaginable. Love is what we will take with us when we leave this life. We won't care about the money, jewelry, or anything we desire except for our loved ones. The animals who shared my life and passed on communicated with me until immersed in the Light or reincarnated. Also, our beloved pets will remain close for a while to help us grieve the loss of their companionship. Sometimes the same soul will return in another to rejoin us. If you develop your sensitivities, you will know when you are with your pet again or learn to speak with or hear from them. JC & Jacki

My Near-death experiences changed me because I have even more proof of life after physical death. My life, however, has gone on normally with challenges like everyone else. Yes, I might turn to the Light more than others because I am confident of its existence. But, I still have lessons to learn and work to do, so here I am.

I have been blessed to receive first-hand experiences of the Divine and Masters of Light. Therefore, knowledge of the Realms of Light and the afterlife is an absolute truth for me.  Whenever I provide comfort for those grieving from losing loved ones, my spiritual gifts add to my life purpose.

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“The body is only a garment.
How many times you have changed your clothing in this life, yet because of this, you would not say that you have changed. Similarly, when you give up this bodily dress at death you do not change. You are just the same, an immortal soul, a child of God.” — Paramahansa Yogananda

Sharon Stone, (March 10, 1958), the film actress, shared her near-death experience with Katie Couric while being interviewed: “When it hit me I felt like I’d been shot in the head. That’s the only way I can really describe it. It hit me so hard it knocked me over on the sofa. And Phil was out of town and I called him and said, ‘I think I had a stroke.’ But in all fairness, I’m a person who’s always saying, I think I’ve had a stroke, I think I’ve had a heart attack, I think I’ve had a brain hemorrhage. I had a real journey with this that took me to places both here and beyond that affected me so profoundly that my life will never be the same. I get to be not afraid of dying and I get to tell other people that it’s a fabulous thing and that death is a gift. And not that you should kill yourself, but that when death comes to you, as it will, that it’s a glorious and beautiful thing. This kind of giant vortex of white light was upon me and I kind of – poof! Sort of took off into this glorious, bright, bright, bright white light, and I started to see and be met by some of my friends. But it was very fast – whoosh! Suddenly, I was back. I was in my body and I was in the room.”

Peter Sellers (September 8, 1925 – July 24, 1980), actor and comedian, shared a near-death experience he had in 1964. 

"Well, I felt myself leave my body. I just floated out of my physical form and I saw them cart my body away to the hospital. I went with it. I was curious. I wondered what was wrong with me. I wasn’t frightened or anything like that because I was fine; and it was my body that was in trouble. Then I saw Dr. Kennamer come. And he felt my pulse and saw that I was dead. He and some other people pushed down and up on my chest. In fact, they pummeled the shit out of me…literally, I believe. They did everything but jump up and down on me to get my heart beating again. Then I saw Rex shout at somebody and say there was no time to prepare me for heart surgery. He commanded somebody to carve me open right there on the spot. Rex took my heart out of my body and massaged the hell out of it. Did everything but toss it up in the air. I was so curious watching him. He just refused to accept that I was dead.

Then I looked around myself and I saw an incredibly beautiful bright loving white light above me. I wanted to go to that white light more than anything. I’ve never wanted anything more. I knew there was love, real love, on the other side of the light which was attracting me so much. It was kind and loving and I remember thinking, “That’s God.” I tried to elevate myself toward it as Rex was working on my heart. But somehow I couldn’t quite make it.

Then I saw a hand reach through the light. I tried to touch it, to grab onto it, to clasp it so it could sweep me up and pull me through it. Then I heard Rex say below me, “It’s beating again. I’m getting a heartbeat.” At the same moment a voice attached to the hand I wanted to touch so much said, “It’s not time. Go back and finish. It’s not time.” The hand disappeared on the other side and I felt myself floating back into my body. I was bitterly disappointed. After that I don’t remember anything until I regained consciousness back inside my body."

Elizabeth Taylor (February 27, 1932 – March 23, 2011), the beloved and revered British actress. She was interviewed by Larry King on CNN’s Larry King Live and shared how she died for five minutes on an operating table and met Mike Todd, who was her third husband. He had passed on in a plane crash earlier in 1958:

“I was pronounced dead once and actually saw the light. I find it very hard to talk about, actually, because it sounds so corny. It happened in the late ’50s, and I saw Mike. When I came to, there were about eleven people in the room. I’d been gone for about five minutes – they had given me up for dead and put my death notice on the wall. I shared this with the people who were in the room next to me. Then after that I told another group of friends, and I thought, Wow, this sounds really screwy. I think I’d better keep quiet about this. For a long time I didn’t talk about it, and it’s still hard for me to talk about. But I have shared it with people with AIDS because if the moment occurs and you’re really sharing, it’s real. I am not afraid of death, because I have been there.”

In another interview with America’s AIDS magazine, Elizabeth once again shared her near-death experience:

“I went to that tunnel, saw the white light, and Mike [Todd]. I said, ‘Oh Mike, you’re where I want to be.’ And he said, ‘No, baby. You have to turn around and go back because there is something very important for you to do. You cannot give up now.’ It was Mike’s strength and love that brought me back.”

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This was my experience, and like others, it left me without fear of death.

 

"In 1988, I suffered a massive heart attack while living in Arizona. When the pain became unbearable there was a sudden shift into the Divine Light. I was freed of my physical body, suffering, and any sense of fear. Then to my delight and surprise, I saw a figure of Light that was coming  towards me. It was Jesus Christ with beautiful emerald green eyes, long dark hair, and a Light radiating around Him. I immediately knew it was him.  Jesus asked if I was coming with Him. I told him I couldn't leave my children and he answered that He would help me to begin again."